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In recognition of your work in content submission. Antidiskriminator (talk) 18:50, 2 January 2015 (UTC)
Thank you very much, I am flattered . I only want to enrich WP in a small way. May this new year bring happiness to all of us. Nedim Ardoğa (talk) 19:34, 2 January 2015 (UTC)

Battle of Sırp Sındığı[edit]

Now, there is an article like that Battle of Sırp Sındığı ;) Have you seen it? 5 years ago, we were writing about this battle. Regards, Böri (talk) 11:35, 12 January 2015 (UTC)

Yes, I've already put a note in the talk page of the Sırp Sındığı back in 2011. If an expert proves indeed there was only one such battle, than the Battle of Sırp Sındığı can be merged into the Battle of Maritsa. Cheers. Nedim Ardoğa (talk) 14:19, 12 January 2015 (UTC)
There were two battles... And in the past, I wrote many things about that on the talk page of Battle of Maritsa. Böri (talk) 09:13, 14 January 2015 (UTC)


Dear Nedim, I happened to refer to the Uysyn article, and noticed that its talk page was replaced with a bunch of non-nonsensical links that classify the most prominent union famous from the Han Shu records as low-importance subject, and practically disable the Talk page, denying readers a chance to review the past comments or contribute new comments. Can you please restore the talk page to its original condition. Happy New Year! Barefact (talk) 09:12, 15 January 2015 (UTC)

I checked Talk:Uysyn (beginning from 9 Dec 2008). As far as I can see there were no previous discussions on the page. There are only the project notices for three projects, all of which are group in to a banner. You can see the names of the projects by clicking the show button at the right of the banner. Cheers. Nedim Ardoğa (talk) 20:11, 15 January 2015 (UTC)

Someone using your account?[edit]

Hi Nedim Ardoğa! Someone has posted a warning message to me about a recent edit of mine. I suspect the message was not from you. Please check. Cheers. --CeeGee 11:20, 20 January 2015 (UTC)

Thanks for the warnings. But that talkback notice belongs to me. Nedim Ardoğa (talk) 11:48, 20 January 2015 (UTC)

Malik-Shah I[edit]

Hi, Nedim Ardoğa. Can you share your thought about this discussion, Talk:Malik-Shah I ? We (I and User:HistoryofIran) need third user's opinion for the consensus. --Qara khan 18:59, 25 January 2015 (UTC)

List of Turkish women writers[edit]

Thanks, Nedim, for suggesting that the List of Turkish women writers should be merged with the article Turkish women writers. As you will see from my comments on the latter's talk page, I think each has an important place on Wikipedia and should be expanded separately. With Women's History Month coming up, we hope to expand coverage of women authors from Turkey with new articles. You might be able to help with suggestions of new names, including contemporary women who are gaining a place on the literary scene. For the time being I already intend to write about Sevgi Soysal (1936–1976), (tr) and Tezer Özlü (1942–1986) (tr, good wrtie-up here). I would appreciate additional suggestions.--Ipigott (talk) 14:01, 22 February 2015 (UTC)

Student Oath[edit]

Not at all, it certainly looks better. I wouldn't object to changing all versions accordingly. Thanks, Cfsenel (talk) 02:22, 5 March 2015 (UTC)

The Beatles[edit]

The Beatles'ın "Dig It" şarkısında John Lennon, Gerçek-Doris Day, Gerçek-B.B. King ve Gerçek-Matt Busby (1950'lerdeki Manchester United t.direktörü)'nin öldüğünü ve "değiştirildiğini" anlatıyor... (Üçü de 1958 yılında ölüyor.) Bunları anlatmasının nedeni Gerçek-Paul McCartney'nin de 1966 yılında ölmesi ve "değiştirilmesi". /Bu konuda yazdıklarımı sürekli siliyorlar. / Eğer bahsettiğim kişilerin 1958 öncesi ve sonrasındaki resimlerine Google'da bakarsanız (Paul için 1966), anlattıklarımın doğru olduğunu görürsünüz. Böri (talk) 11:15, 16 March 2015 (UTC)

Konuyu bilmiyordum, aydınlattığınız için teşekkürler. Ama ansiklopedik metinlerin güvenilir kaynaklara dayanması lazım. Fotoğraf farklılığı ansiklopedik kaynak sayılmaz. Nedim Ardoğa (talk) 14:51, 16 March 2015 (UTC)
Note:Above dialog in Turkish is about the song Dig it and the story behind it.
What I wrote is the truth. You can look at this Wikipedia article: Paul is dead Look at his photos. The photos are important because "they" are trying to hide these things! Regards, Böri (talk) 08:32, 17 March 2015 (UTC)

Sevgi Soysal[edit]

If you have a source (even Turkish) for her birth name, could you add it please to the article? Thanks. --Big_iron (talk) 13:18, 19 March 2015 (UTC)

Ottoman History in Series of articles.[edit]

This edit:, breaks the link to a series of articles. A series is (like 1,2,3,4,5) sequence of articles explaining events in a timeline. I recognized from your edit, you want to create the ranges (1699–1792 Decline) and (1792–1922 Dissolution). These are arbitrary dates. If you want to create an article explaining the years in range 1699–1792. You can. But these 200-300 years are too wide for 100-200Kb files. The title "defeat and dissolution 1908-1922" is not dissolution so pls do not try to make it so. And if you insists we can get rid of all these fictitious definitions (rise, growth stagnation, dissolution) and just leave as "History of Ottoman Empire between ... and ... (only as date ranges). Thank you. --SelimAnkara1993 (talk) 14:25, 7 April 2015 (UTC)

Hi, Selim; en-WP has very few Turkish contributors and I appreciate your contributions to WP. Please keep on. As for the subject at hand; the Ottoman History is categorized as Rise -Growth-Stagnation -Decline and Tanzimat. The milestones are 1299 (1302)-1453-1579-1699-1839-1922. The third of these 1579 is the death date of Sokollu Mehmet. Sometimes 1606 in stead of 1579 is taken as the milestone (By the treaty of Zitvatorok, Ottomans gave up their supremacy claim.) Well I used these dates except for 1839, Because in WP articles dissolution is far more emphasized than the 19th century reforms. You’re welcome to change 1606 to 1579 or 1792 to 1839 . But considering growth up to the end of the 17th century is not reasonable (mad or 5-yr old sultans, very short-term grand viziers, red coins, continuous revolts in Anatolia etc.) Cheers. Nedim Ardoğa (talk) 17:46, 7 April 2015 (UTC)
This classification (Rise -Growth - Stagnation -Decline -Dissolution) is based on lands or battles gained or lost, which a warrior empire do. I'm sure there are other ways of classifying history of the ottoman empire. Another tree level one is: classic age · Reform · Modernization. What I'm emphasizing is that (Rise -Growth - Stagnation -Decline-Dissolution) is only one classification. The range of these periods are even an issue by itself. This is not a totally developed idea. I would like to move these classifications on an article by itself. It is obvious that there is not going to be one article "History of ottoman Empire." I would like to find a way to tell the content without involving classification issues. I want to avoid moving content from one article to another, or article naming wars, based on classification issues. SelimAnkara1993 (talk) 20:11, 7 April 2015 (UTC)

Tarsus Stadium[edit]

Hi Nedim Ardoğa! As I check now I see that the 2015 UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship qualification matches will be played in the "Tarsus İlçe (Şehir) Stadium" according to "Kızlar U17 Milli Takımı yarın Finlandiya ile karşılaşacak" @ TFF page, which is not the same with "Tarsus Stadium" (Burhanettin Kocamaz Stadium). Football at the 2013 Mediterranean Games have been played also in the Tarsus İlçe/Şehir Stadium according to a blog. The WP-article Tarsus Stadium creates some confuion. The geo location is to Şehir Stadium, as well as the information but the alias "Burhanettin Kocamaz Stadium" is incorrect for my opinion. What do you think about that? Can we correct the article Tarsus Stadium as Tarsus City Stadium? Thanks. --CeeGee 08:52, 10 April 2015 (UTC)

Hi, Sorry for not replying immediately, for I am not interested in matches. But from what I learned from others, there are two stadiums in Tarsus. The first one what I personally know is Tarsus Stadium is at 36°54′50″N 34°53′10″E / 36.91389°N 34.88611°E / 36.91389; 34.88611 facing Rasim Dokur Blv . That's the official stadium of Tarsus and it hosts the international matches. Burhanettin Kocamaz Stadiuum is at 36°56′23″N 34°52′12″E / 36.93972°N 34.87000°E / 36.93972; 34.87000 I haven't seen it. It is a small stadium and it is quite at the outskirts of the city. It belongs to the municipality. Cheers. Nedim Ardoğa (talk) 15:12, 10 April 2015 (UTC)

No problem at all. Yesterday, I've been to Tarsus for the Turkey girls' national U-17 match against Finland. By this opportunity, I locally checked out the difference between the both stadiums. So, I'm gonna review that article and correct if needed. Cheers. --CeeGee 12:27, 12 April 2015 (UTC)

I wish I'd be informed earlier. I would like to meet you in person. Cheers. Nedim Ardoğa (talk) 07:46, 14 April 2015 (UTC)

Ooh! Really sorry for that. I decided very shortly, and couldn't get an airline ticket even. I've arrived in Tarsus on Saturday at 14:15 only, missing the game's opening ceremony. I left Tarsus after the match at around 18 hours to go back home via Adana by intercity bus as came there. I apologize for not thinking of notifying you for a meeting. However, I promise to do it by next opportunity. Thanks for kindness. Cheers. --CeeGee 08:00, 14 April 2015 (UTC)

A little help[edit]

Hi. Someone has created Haseki Sultan Complex which is about mosque, school and hospital that was created by Hurrem Sultan. The Turkish version of this article is tr:Haseki Külliyesi, but I can't add its language link to the English article. Can you do it, please? Keivan.fTalk 09:01, 11 April 2015 (UTC)

Done Nedim Ardoğa (talk) 17:57, 11 April 2015 (UTC)

List of Roman theatres[edit]

Thanks for helping out with this page. I've made some minor changes to what you've added: (1) Please try to get the exact location of the theaters when putting in coords; you can usually see them on the satellite images, or grab them from another site that gives a plan; (2) Don't worry about putting in links to the provinces under the modern names because the page for the city will have it (and if it doesn't, you might want to add it there). Again, thanks! - Eponymous-Archon (talk) 18:27, 15 April 2015 (UTC)


Not sure where our differences arise. I am saying that Perge is not a Roman theatre. I do not deny that it may contain a Roman theatre. Therefore, it cannot be categorized as a "Roman theatre." The list you pointed me to seems to confirm that. Sofia, for example, is not categorized as a Roman theatre. If there is an article on the theatre itself, that would, of course, be categorized appropriately. Roman theatre or whatever.

If you still disagree, could you be more specific in your comments? Thanks.

(Nice looking toolkit at the top BTW!) Student7 (talk) 19:54, 24 April 2015 (UTC)